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good morning, america. breaking overnight. the first named storm of the season. ana takes aim right newspaper. more tornadoes touchdown overnight. lightning ignites an explosion at this gas well. hard-hitting hail. and millions brace for more danger use storms. new overnight, tom brady arriving in a helicopter like a rock star. addressing the deflategate report. the star qb didn't have much to say about that report. >> i haven't had much time to degist it fully. >> will the nfl be forced to subpoenaed its star? the hunt for the man who followed this girl from school. how she fought him off. the brave teen tells her story this morning.
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>> all: good morning, america. and meet the mom with 12 sons. anxiously awaiting her 13th child at any moment. will it be another boy for mother's day? and garth brooks with the mother of all surprises. >> i'm getting ready to go surprise some mom on "gma." >> our biggest live event. only on "gma." and we do say good morning, america. happy friday everybody. what a big morning just two days you know until mother's day. we have an early gift for one deserving mom. our huge live surprise with garth brooks is coming up. we have a lot to get to. we begin with the first named storm of the season. ana churning in the atlantic. picking up speed. targeting the coast. severe weather in the plains too. rob marciano starts us off from
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blanchard, oklahoma. >> reporter: subtropical storm ana is off the coast of myrtle beach. it's not fully tropical. but we're not quite into hurricane season. it will make a trek toward the carolinas. strengthening some what. it will lash the coastline with heavy wind rain and waves. >> not quite hurricane season. it's tornado season. you tracked the new storm overnight. >> reporter: yeah scenes like this are becoming prevalent across the plains. this welding shop got torn up. even the kitchen sink being thrown around. last night, texas, by far, got it the worst. >> this one means business. >> reporter: overnight, texas hit with tornadoes. record rainfall. and lightning leading to fires zplp oh my gosh. >> reporter: a tornado. >> a multivortex tornado.
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>> reporter: after tornado. tearing through. >> our neighbor called and told us our house was gone. >> reporter: watch as this mammoth cyclone makes its way across denton county, texas. the skies lighting up the. one of those bolts responsible for this explosion at gas well. >> oh my god, a fire. >> reporter: thankfully no reports of injury. after all the twisters. torrential rainfall. if that weren't enough, texas hit with a 4.0 earthquake, just 30 miles southwest of dallas. in lincoln, nebraska. >> i can't get home. it's horrible. what a mess. >> reporter: so much rain it's being called one of the worst natural disasters in the state's history. volunteer evacuations under way after seven inches of rain fell in just one night. further out west in colorado. >> i wonder if it's touching. >> reporter: a funnel cloud forming. fold by hard-hitting hail. and with california dealing with drought conditions watch as
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these tumble weeds go flying into cars. rain coming to southern california today. that storm that's going to invigorate the plains. we're expecting what could be a major tornado outbreak over the next three days in oklahoma and beyond robin. we'll be here running the weather down. back to you. >> thank you, rob. back to you in a little bit. now, a frightening new alert at isis in america. the head of the fbi saying there could be thousands of people in the u.s. being influenced by the terror group. pierre thomas is in washington. the fbi director warnd of surprising new online tactics by isis? >> yes. the fbi director was blunt about an unprecedented social media campaign by isis. what our investigation found was chilling. the fbi is warning this week's shootout in texas could be part of an urgent broader threat to the homeland. ♪ >> reporter: fbi director james
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comey says the group isis has launched a social media campaign like no other. among the people they're trying to recruit, elt. simpson, seen here in new video. they have two primary messages. come join the islamic state if syria and iraq. if you cant the message is to quote killing kill kill wherever you are. >> they're shooting out into the ethersphere thousands of messages a day. over 90,000. to millions of people across the globe. ♪ >> reporter: they use rap music and video games to get their maumg across. they try to broaden their appeal by exploiting children and using this isis fighter with the model good looks. many of the isis productions are as polished as any commercial
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you'll see in the u.s. >> in is news channel with p.r. sensibilities and marketing value. you're speaking to them in a language they understand. video, moving imagery and music. >> reporter: the fbi has launched hundreds of investigations of suspected homegrowned a calls, many involving isis. the propaganda is proving effective, despite the fact it's all lives. masking death, rape, and slavery. we get the latest on deflategate. last night, tom brady spoke out for the fist time since the bombshell report was released. he did his best to laugh off the tough questions. >> reporter: good morning, george. last night here at salem state, tom brady was at his best. in front of a packed crowd chanting mvp as he walked in. he said the scandal wouldn't
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detract from his team's super bowl year. >> we earned and achieved everything we got. >> reporter: breaking his silenceover night to sheering supporters at massachusetts's salem state university. >> is the super bowl taint snd should there be an asterisk? >> what you to guys think? [ crowd booing ] >> reporter: the super bowl winner, at first coy about the report. >> there is an el fapt in the room. >> where? >> reporter: and then. downright evasive. even when pushed by jim gray on his reaction to the bombshell report. >> i don't have a reaction. i haven't had much time to digest it. when i do i'll let you know how i feel. >> are you that bad a reader?
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>> my athletic career is better than academic. >> reporter: getting the rock star treatment. tickets to the event started at $20, resold online for up to $1200. >> nothing will change the way we feel about tom brady. >> reporter: the embattled quarterback perhaps more of a draw after the release of the report on wednesday. a report that included a flurry of text messages between two members of the patriots equipment staff. john jastremski and jim mcnally. writing -- talked the him last night. he actually brought you up and said you must have a lot of stress trying to get them done. details brady refused to discuss in depth. >> there's still a process going forth. i'm involved. whenever it happens it happens. >> reporter: brady got personal when he talked about the effect of this scandal. he cares what people say.
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but adding there's a lot of people out there that don't like tom brady. i'm okay with that. the nfl is considering what steps to take. >> let's talk about that now, thank you, ryan with jesse palmer. welcome back this morning. so, hometown crowd. they loved everything he was saying. he was going the shake it off. at some point, is he going to have to say more? >> i think he is. i didn't expect him to say much. i watched it live. he's so media savvy. calm and cool. it's apparent whether he decides to fight this or accept any sort of responsibility, he'll get with his own counsel. we'll hear from him in the next couple of days. >> his agent blasted the report. >> strong language. saying at one point he thought the nfl may have worked with the colts to present a sting operation. i think don yee said some interesting things. according to him, the nfl is a client of the up vest gative
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firm. therefore, was the investigation independent? apparently tom brady's testimony was largely omitted from all this. that would have provided context to what happened. tom brady's testimony is something i would like to see made public. >> what about the nfl? >> if he's guilty. we're talking about the integrity of the game. i could see a fine. a suspension for calm of games. nothing con clues nif the wells investigation. hay talk about how tom brady more and that probably had general awareness of what happened. in the country, you're innocent until proven guilty. i think it's a slippery slope. >> have not heard the last of it for sure. now the a scare on a flight from ft. lauderdale to new york. these pictures show the cabin filling up with smoke. pilots forced to make an emergency landing. david kerley is at reagan national with the details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning,
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robin. the cabin fills with smoke. the pilot says he's shut down an engine. [ beeping ] smoke alarms sounded as the delta jet quickly filled with smoke. >> when i opened my eye, the whole cabin was filled with white smoke. >> reporter: fabio diaz had been napping an hour after takeoff. >> people were coughing. some were crying. >> reporter: the crew calmed them. >> you waelly couldn't see. they told everybody to put their heads down in their laps. >> reporter: according to passenger, the pilot said an oil leak in one of the engines caused the smoke. he shut down the engine. now, with one engine the pilots divert to charleston is to get on the ground. >> it's an md 88 aircraft. >> reporter: by the time they safely land the smoke had cleared the cabin. the passengers had to wait for another jet to be flown in to take them back to new york. they praised the crew. >> they were amazing. the staff were absolutely
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amazing. >> never experienced anything like this. it was definitely the -- the most eventful situation that i have ever encountered flying. >> reporter: diaz tweeted thanks pilots. never a dull day. robin, the faa sin vest gating that engine fire and the smoky cabin. >> never a dull day. have a good weekend. now to amy with the other top stories. another earthquake in texas. >> the biggest to hit texas in years. the latest in a string of quakes nationwide. it jolted north texas. a magnitude of 4.0, unusually strong for that area. a sharp increase in quakes in that region is attributed to fracing. last week a quake hit michigan revealing a fault line. there is more scrutiny for baltimore police following the death of freddie gray. there's word that attorney
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general loretta lynch is launching a civil rights investigation into the police department. looking for if there is a pattern of discrimination. the terror group al qaeda has announced one of the most senior firnls has been killed. anzi claimed responsibility for the massacre at "charlie hebdo" in paris. in this country, a philadelphia bus driver has learned a hard lesson about not buckling up. she was thrown out of her feet. she steered the bus, from the floor, straight on to train tracks. she avoided the train. hitting a median instead. wow. what a ride. new details about this scene at a military ceremony in mexico. take a look at that soldier holding on to a giant flag. it lifted him 45 feet into the air during a wind gust. he's now recovering from a broken leg.
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otherwise, he's okay this morning. finally, this is definitely not what you want to see on your next fishing trip. look at this picture. yep, great white shark, captured by an australian film crew. the shark was about 15 feet long. and in my opinion, looking aggressive. not so. the crew says she was just having a look around. >> just curious. not aggressive. >> just baring is teeth is a natural thing for them. >> just say cheese. work it girl. >> thank you, amy. we move to a terrifying home invasion caught on camera. two men here who targeted a new hampshire woman, tying her up in her basement ransacking her home. gio benitez tracking the case. >> reporter: police say these guys knew exactly what was in her home. rare coins, collectibles jewelry. investigators using an internet app to search for the stolen
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items. this morning, an all-out man hunt for these suspects. pulling out a brazen heist in the most unlikely places. a rural new hampshire home. their target 63-year-old christine beebe. when she arrives, the two men are waiting. once she opens the door disarmed the security system the suspects attack. forcing her into the home forcing her down. zip-tying her wrists. >> they brought her into the basement. they zip-tied her to a support post and put a blanket over her head. >> reporter: police say the thieves demanded the combination to her safe making off with $25,000 worth of loot and leaving her tied up for nine long hours. until a contractor doing work on the home found and rescued her. she's now in stable condition. >> it's discouraging to think that people are out there. they're going to target a
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63-year-old woman. >> reporter: investigators quickly tracking the sale of many of those stolen items to a pawnshop in new york city using an app that tracks all transactions involving second-hand dealers and pawnshops. those suspects are still on the loose. we're told the woman is now recovering at the hospital. she's doing well. this shows how even with a security system in place you have got the look around to make sure that someone is not hiding lara. >> thank you, gio. we want to turn to a dramatic reunion overnight. a father and two young children have been found after going missing for two days during a camping trip. david wright has the story. >> hi. >> oh! >> reporter: overnight, an emotional reunion. rick and his children 5-year-old nicky and 3-year-old mila found safe after two days lost in the woods. >> we are so grateful to everyone who looked for us. i'm so sorry that i caused any worry. >> reporter: the three had been camping when on the the way
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home tuesday, vlahos took the kids offroading nearby. as they were driving, the road gave out under there truck. the family stranded with no cell service. the woods too thick to signal. >> we had fires going. i had pink blantskets up in trees. we did everything we could. >> reporter: he had his camping supplies with him. after two days his resourcefulness paid off. >> i had a flashing strobing light i should have started with the first night. i think that helped. >> reporter: rescuers air-lifted them to safety. bringing them together with relieved loved ones thursday night. >> we're real excited they're here. oh what a -- what a relief. >> reporter: all three unhurt. and in good spirits. happy ending to a two-day ordeal. for "good morning america," david wright, and, new york. >> so glad even is okay. what a reunion. >> what a relief. now back to rob in oklahoma
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with more on the severe weather. rob? >> robin, as if this week wasn't enough as far as veer weather is concerned, a serious situation shape up for the entire weekend. that storm in california will recharm the atmosphere. started today with a moderate risk. the red bull's eye. all of north texas will be under the gun. tomorrow we get an up flux of energy from the west. also some surge of moisture from the south. long track. large nor theytornadoes a distinct possibility.
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mike: -- jacqui:ood morning washington. happy friday, everybody, a great end to the work week with thingss channg a little bit t towardrds the weekend, high temperatures around 82 degrees, grab your sunglasses, tonight will be mild and muggy with patchy, d dense fog to the wet -- though the west of town again. tomorrow, sunny, warm, muggy added clououds tomorrow witith a slig chance for a shower or coming up, a frightening home invasion caught on camera. wait until you see how a 13-year-old girl fought off an attacker. stunning confrontation. this mom rescues her kids from a poll lig mistormon group. sam smith.
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jummy: good friday morning. time to get a check on the weather for the day. jacqui: happy friday, happy friday, everybody, it will be a beautiful day to look forward to. things will change this weekend but overall not to but -- not too bad. if you head out the door things will feel a bit on the muggy side, but the suburbs feel a bit
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cool, 57 in dallas, 57 in gaithersburg. temperatures warming through the 70's this morning and by the lunch hour we are talking mid to upper 70's this afternoon with hardly cloudy skies and another warm summerlike a. tomorrow i think we will have some added clouds and a slight chance of thunderstorms. angela: not too bad as we checked the morning commute traveling on 95 in virginia. making your trip towards the franconia's parkway, the heavy delay traveling eastbound as you approach interstate 95, 2 left lanes lost with the crash. northbound 395 with the beltway heading over to the maryland cameras slow and sluggish as you make the drive southbound on interstate 95 towards the capital belt a where we have outer loop delays. that is your check on the morning commute. jummy: the justice department is
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planning to announce a civil rights investigation into the baltimore police department that is what they tell the associated press and the announcement could come as early as today. this is the 70th anniversary of the three in europe day. as a tribute dozens of world war ii planes will fly over the national mall. the flyover begins at 12:10 and the last about 40 minutes. if you need more traffic weather, and news headlines, head over to news channel 8 or "good morning washington."
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good morning, america. right now, we're tracking the first named storm of the season. ana. forming overnight in the atlantic. targeting the coast with heavy rain high winds, dangerous flooding. also right now, a brave 13-year-old girl is speaking out about how she fought off an attacker who forced his way into her home. and grammy winner sam smythe anountsing surgery on his vocal cord. what will happen to that award-wins voice? we wish him the best. we're counting down to our biggest live mother's day event. the crowd is trying to be quiet. they're hid in a barn near the winner's house. rachel smith teaming up with garth brooks. he's been flying all night the give this deserving woman the surprise of a lifetime.
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it will be terroristic. >> he's performing in nebraska. and again tonight. he'll be back if time for the performance. don't worry. you'll see him in a little bit. we begin this half hour with a brave 13-year-old california girl who thought off a man ho followed her home forced his way in attacked her, it was all caught on camera. police are still hunting for the man. aditi roy has the story for us. >> reporter: it's every parent's nightmare captured in vivid detail. watch as this 13-year-old girl is attacked inside her own home. the horror beginning on her walk home from school. you can see the man follow her up to her door. and then force his way in. but the teen backpack still on fights back. >> i tried to get him off of me. >> reporter: her identity hidden. that brave teen now speaking out. >> i pushed him back. i slammed my hand into his face. that's when he decides to get off of me.
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>> reporter: after several agonizing moments, the man leaves. the teen shaken hides in the closet and texts her parents for help. california police want you to take a good look at the man who caused them so much terror. turns out, the same man followed a woman into a fwroesry store restroom last month in san jose and attempted to sexually assault her. releasing these photos from that incident incident. do you believe he'll hit again? >> without a doubt. >> reporter: how can you protect yourself and children? experts like callahan walch, son of john walsh, say this girl did exactly the right thing. she fought back. >> i think this coward was very surprised about how strong and courageous this little girl was. i really commend her for that. >> she did the right thing. >> yes, she did. a story of a police psychologist in new york charged with trying to kill her husband by shooting him in his sleep.
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prosecutors say she was having an affair. taking a drastic way to end her message. >> reporter: incredibly her husband survived the gunshot wound to the head and initially believed she didn't do it. now he says his wife was trying to kill him so she could be with her lover. dr. emily dearden and her husband, kenneth, a wealthy real estate developing seemed to have it own. a beautiful home. and two young daughters. >> do you have anything to say? >> reporter: this morning, 46-year-old emily dearden facing charges of attempted murder 18 months after her husband was shot in the head as he slept? the couple's bed. dr. dearden long maintaining she had nothing to do with it. >> with every fiber of her body and every resource she has, she'll fight the baseless charges. >> reporter: at first, mr.
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dearden believed the story. later, the police were skeptical. the home's larm did not sound. the family rottweiler did not react. overnight, dr. dearden's lawyers echoing what they said at the time of her arrest in november. >> this is a very weak case. that's the last i'm going to say. >> reporter: but mr. dearden said his wife had a motive as old as time. she was having an affair since 2011 and was being pressured by her lover to getdo something to be able to be together. mr. dearden says he's needed three surgeries on his jaw since the attack. if convicted, emily dearden face up to 25 years in prison. her arraignment in next week. robin? now to grammy-winner sam
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smith. such an up credible voice, as you know. it will be out of action for awhile as he undergoes surgery on his vocal cords. paula faris has more on that. ♪ i'll take care of you ♪ >> reporter: he's the uk crooner with the angelic voice. ♪ if i can't be with you ♪ >> reporter: but we won't be hearing much from sam smith in the next few months. the grammy winner revealing he needs surgery on his vocal cords. posting on instagram, i'm very upset to announce i have been battling to get my vocal cords better for the last ten days but unfortunately, they haven't recovered. i need surgery. >> often time a blood vessel breaks and bleetds into the vocal fold. >> reporter: singers often injure their voice from overuse or misuse. ♪ i know i'm not the only one ♪ >> reporter: and no he's not the only one.
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he now joins the ranks of other singers, inlewdcludeing adele. ♪ >> reporter: ariana grande. jordin sparks and lionel richie. the best medicine? rest. in his statement on instagram, he says the doctors say i'll be back within six to eight weeks. i cannot wait to sing for you all soon. but his may and june tour dates have been canceled. he'll have to wait until july to resume touring. >> he may notice a bit of a difference. the chances are, again, nearly 10% that his voice will come back to close to what it was before. >> reporter: for "good morning america," paula faris, abc news new york. >> we have seen this happen from time to time. with various artists. hope fly he'll make a full recovery. >> the main thing is -- >> your vice? >> i think it's finally getting
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better. slowly but surely. what you to think? can you understand me? >> i think you sound really -- >> kathleen turner like. you have a big commencement ard. >> yes. i've been trying to zip it as well. hopefully, the graduates will like what i have to say. >> going home. alma mater. >> we've been missing ginger. she has an excused absence. she's on another unbelievable adventure. that's our girl. 24 hours of travel. three planes. buses, cars a two-hour helicopter ride. a two-day hike. we're not kidding you here. >> all to get to this place? >> yep. all to get to this place. she's gearing up to take you live into one of the unexplored parts of the the planet. she'll bring us that all next week. >> can't wait. >> it's been great to have rob here to help us out. he's in oklahoma with the weather. rob? >> reporter: good morning, robin. you know ginger told me she's
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taken her last shower and will be hiking through that jungle for the next two days. we're under the gun for severe weather in the plains. some of the energy in california right now is going to invigorate the plains through the next couple of days. it includes snow mountain snow. through the colorado rockyiesrockies. a ground stop at jfk because of fog. jacqui: good morning washington. another beautiful day, but it is ggoing to be wa this afternoon stly sunny skies with a high temperature arou 82, foy tonight in >> this weather cast brought to you by carmax. robin? george in back to you. >> thank you, rob. coming up here on "gma," the scary confrontation for one mom
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we're back now at 7:43 with a mother of four fighting to get her kids bahhing there a polygamist sect known as flds. she's speaking out about the ordeal for the first time. dan harris has the story. >> reporter: it was athe 2-hour standoff. a mom surrounded by a sea of polygamists as she tries to extract her children from an outlaw church. you displayed an enormous amount of calm in the face of all of this. >> i knew my kids were watching. they needed to see me have courage. they did. >> reporter: her name is sabrina
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broadbent. once a loyal member of the fdls. they practice polygamy and worship their imprisoned prophet, warren jeffs. when sabrina broke free eight years ago, she was forced to leave her four children behind. just last month, sab reena was officially awarded custody. so with help she went needily to go get her kids. >> backing up. >> the god squad. >> reporter: as soon as she arrives, she's surrounded by church security known as the god squad. you were -- >> i got bad feeling. >> reporter: early the next morning, sab reena returns and spots two of her sons. >> tloosthere's isaac. >> yeah, my cute little son. >> reporter: her eldest makes clear the kids don't want to go. >> he's like get away from me get away from me.
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he jumped the fence and ran. >> reporter: almost immediately, scores of church members start pouring in. >> everybody here's against us. >> reporter: as the standoff approaches its 20th hour. she decides to give the local sheriff's permission to take her children by force if necessary. as if on cue, the church members react. walking the crying children toward their mother's van. the entire crowd descends weeping, singing, playing. >> we're going on two hours's sleep. they're like we can come back tomorrow. i'm like no we're doing it today. >> okay folks. they've gotta get going. >> reporter: that does it. the kids get in. the van pulls away. with the followers of warren jeffs waving and weeping. for this beleaguered mom, the ordeal not over. for "good morning america," dan harris abc news new york. >> you can see more of dan's report tonight of "20/20," right here on abc.
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and coming up, selfies revolt. the celebrities banning together to fight back against them. you won't believe what prince harry is saying. and a family with12 kids. all boys. the new arrival coming any moment. will it finally be a girl? they're here this morning. stay with us.
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we're down to three here. amy is over in the social square. >> that's right. and guys selfies are in the spot light. instagram estimates we all snap a million a day. at the ca nrk es film festival, selfies banned. not everyone got the memo. including kim kardashian. who was snapping away. she recently set the rules, banning selfies at the party for her new book selfish. it's a book all about selfies by the way. not everyone is a fan of those snapshots. prince harry gave this woman a royal rebuke. >> just take a normal photograph. >> can't well all just take a normal photograph. when you could ask somebody
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>> good friday morning to you. let's get over to jacqui jeras for look at the day ahead. lots of sunshine? jacqui: unless you are the shenandoah valley, where we are dealing with the fog issues, but that should be lifting by 9:00 or 10:00 this morning, current conditions downtown are 65 degrees and we are seeing plenty of sunshine right now, a nice one overall as the high-pressure controls that. plus a cold front across the midwest, both of these things will eventually be affecting us into early next week, but in the meantime today will be a dry one , mostly sunny skies with a high temperature of 82 degrees and increased humidity with warmer
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temperatures and a small chance for thunderstorm. angela: light around most of the region, but not the case around springfield interchange, radek to gallows and leesburg pike to georgetown pike, we have a live look on the dulles toll road toll road, no issues on the toll road but we do have problems on the herndon parkway. medevac is on the scene of the crash at somerville drive, where a pedestrian was struck and a live look at the delays inside the beltway traveling westbound as you make your trip from fairfax drive to the dulles connector. that's the update on our commute. jummy: other top stories right now, the fairfax county school system will update its nondiscrimination policy to include the words gender identity. last night it past the school board 10 to one. we will learn what to expect on the roadways this memorial day weekend, aaa plans to release its annual holiday travel forecast at reagan national.
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you can get more weather traffic, and news updates right now on news channel 8. we will see you back here with another up eight in about 45 minutes.
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good morning, america. and sparking outrage. the video from the cleveland cavaliers, buzzing big for all the wrong reasons. why the team is apologizing to women for the big-time foul. medical breakthrough. the cutting edge treatment that means you don't have to have surgery for a type of skin cancer. ♪ this is gonna be the best day of my life ♪ and meet the mom with 12 sons waiting for baby number 13. she's due to deliver hours before mother's day. will she have a boy or a girl? and do all these brothers really want a little sister? and thousands of moms nominated for the mother of all sur prideses. now country superstar garth brooks flyinging all night. >> all right. here we are on the plane.
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ready to surprise a mom on "gma" in the morning. >> to give one mom the biggest surprise of her life. it's all happening on "gma." a wonderful crowd with us here on a friday morning in times square. we do say good morning, america. two days to mother's day. this morning, we're just moments away from our huge mother of all surprises live event. >> the countdown clock there. less than 30 minutes until one deserving mom gets the surprise of her life. the closest family and friends right there. they're going to surprise her steps away from her house. >> rachel saying shh, don't let out the surprise. so where in the world is garth brooks? well he's right outside that barn, somewhere in this great country. hiding from our mom.
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and that big crowd. getting ready to give one extraordinary mom who takes care of everyone but herself quite the mother's day gift. how's it going? >> it's fantastic. everybody's been great. the surprise is set up. talk about mother's day. couldn't spend it better than this right here. >> oh you are so dear. >> great shot. >> it's gorgeous. that's one clue. it's gorgeous. >> my guess is he's not in new york city. just thinking. epic surprise though everybody. it will be great. we also have an amazing new edition of "shark tank your life." kevin in the house. >> oh yeah, oh, yeah. >> these entrepreneurs show their stuff. amy worked her way over to the desk. she's got the morning run down. >> the big story, the wild weather battering the plains with more violent tornadoes and
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record rainfall. nine more twisters reported. texas getting the worst of it including 70-mile-per-hour winds. record downpours. flooded streets. ling anything struck a gas station igniting a large fire. the heavy wind could be responsible for this derailment in texas. 17 cars off the tracks. four crew members taken to the hospital. at least 50 homes damaged or destroyed in oklahoma this week. residents bracing for more. we'll have rob's forecast coming up. the big number this morning, 220,000 jobs. the big boost expected in this morning's jobs report. a number that would please wall street up vesters. now to the quote of the day. absolutely not. that was tom brady's answer last night when he was asked if the scandal over the underinflated
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footballs tarr niched their super bowl win. a pro basketball team is saying sorry this morning after a video, that was supposed to be funny, backfired. it was a parody. the humor was lost on many fans. >> reporter: this morning, the cleveland cavaliers apologizing for a pro notion nalmotional video that was anything but slam dunk. man throwing his girlfriend to the ground after learning she's a fan of the chicago bulls. >> bulls fan? i didn't know you were a bulls fan. >> reporter: the video, a spoof of a united health care ad leading to widespread outrage, including online. twitter users calling it about as stupid and insensitive as it gets. and so tone deaf and inappropriate. especially in light of recent high-profile domestic violence
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cases in professional sports. like that of ray rice. >> the nba is in a position here the take proactive step. to be leaders in the fight to eliminate domestic violence. >> reporter: at the end of the clip, the girlfriend is apoll jetted. >> i'm all in now. >> reporter: now it's the cavs saying they're sorry. saying it was a mistake to include don't that made light of domestic violence. >> mara thank you. finally, a followup to the man now known as miserable vacation guy. we recently told you about kevin. his boss gave him a free trip to puerto rico. he couldn't take his baby for liability reasons. so his wife stayed home. he put out the pictures alone and sad in bed. last week the puerto rico tourism agency flew kevin back to the same resort for a vacation do-over. this time with his family in tow.
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>> yay. >> he wore the same clothes to prove how happy he can be to have his wife and daughter with him. all smiles. >> he does look much happier with the family. >> what way to get two free vacations. let's go to lara ifn the social square. thank you, george. meet the mom with 12 boys. she's about to give birth to lucky number 13. could it be another boy? and then thousands of moms nominated from across the country for our huge mother's day event. one of you, one mom, is about to get surprised live by garth brooks. in pop news why stephen colbert is giving everyone a reason to smile. and, who is this guy? kevin o'leary in the house. we're going to "shark tank your life" right here on "gma."
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and we're back now with our heat index. today's hot button. [ bell rings ] there it is. could there finally be a baby girl for this family? we'll meet the whole family after jesse palmer brings us more. >> 12 sons. the mother says it's like living if a locker room. they're about to become proud parents again. this time will it be a girl?
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meet the schwandts. they're like any other family. except for one small difference. they have 12 kids. >> all: cheese! reporter: and not just 12 kids. 1 12 boys from 22 years old to 1 1/2. >> definitely outnumbered at times. >> from the outside looking in it's chaotic 100% of the time. gnat's who we are. >> reporter: wait there's more. mom kateri is pregnant with another baby. will lucky number 13 be a boy or a girl? >> if a girl were introduced, there would be habits that would have to change over time for sure. i would welcome that. >> mr. schwandt is self-employed. he only has one sister. his wife is from a family of 14. just one more than the schwandt family is about to come. she says their family may not have stopped growing yet.
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>> oh come on. let's meet them. almost all the sons are there. what do we have 10 out of 12? >> 10 out of 12. >> two of the boys away at camp. i know your due tate is tomorrow. so thank you for being here. how are you feeling? >> i'm feeling good. >> oh. >> so let's see. you have carried 12 boys. it's family tradition. you don't want to know ahead of time. you must be curious. come on kateri. >> no, i'm very patient. >> you have to be. >> patient, smiling. how much do you want a little girl? >> um you know people just assume that's what we're aiming for. but, um i think i just as soon have another boy. because we know what we're doing. >> i would say so. >> i want to ask your boy, if you will can they all raise hands or scream out, who wants a boy?
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>> who wants a boy? who is hoping for another brother? who wants another brother? show of hands. >> crickets. >> so a girl is very much wanted. even by the team. >> kateri tell us what life is like. your husband said it's like a locker room with all those boys in the house. >> yes, yes. it is. there's -- there's a lot of activity. a lot of commotion. a lot of chaos. but, there's also a lot of love. >> yeah. >> we can see all the love. >> rattle off the names. ty zach drewer brandon. tommy, vinnie cal, gabe wes, charlie, luke tucker. did i get them all? >> impressive. >>st the like the movie "goodwill hunting." >> do you say them in order of birth? is that how you remember? >> that's the only way to remember them. >> we gotta tell you. if you open up having a girl it will be very interesting when she has a boyfriend and has to
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deal with 12 older brothers and dad. good luck with that. >> happy mother's day to you. >> happy mother's day. >> happy mother's day. >> happy mother's day. lucky number 13. all the best to you. >> and we'll be sure to let you know. thanks for bringing that to us. next up on the heat index. a medical alert. skin cancer cases on the rise here if the u.s. now there may be good news for some patients. a new cutting edge procedure that could be key to treating certain types of skin kaenser without surgery. ly linsey davis has more. >> reporter: hugh jackman. he's famous for showing photos of his nonmelanoma skin cancer. some patients are candidates for a fairly new nonsurgical treatment called brachytherapy or rks bx. >> parrots on blood thinners.
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elderly who can't tolerate surgery. patients with multiple areas. >> repter: ebx uses a tiny x-ray source to zap skin cancer. given by a radiation oncologist. >> other than the area draektly being irradiated they're getting essentially very very, very little dose. >> i got my first skin cancer when i was about 50. i've had so many. probably 300 or 400 stitches all over my body. >> reporter: since then the patient has used ebx for some new skin cancers. >> for me no pain ever. no side effects. you get a little redness. >> reporter: it requires about eight appointments for removal. >> surge i have usually the first option we offer patients. >> reporter: the american academy of dermatology says while ebx may have a role for certain parents, surgery is most
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effective. more long-term data is needed on the safety and effectiveness of ebx. this dermatologist says she's apprehensive about the ebx. if the cancer reoccurs it's difficult to reconstruct an area that's been radiated. >> it can cost ten times auz much. we know surgical therapy works very well. >> reporter: the two companies that make ebx ma seens they it is an effective option. there's data showing positive results with up to a four-year followup. for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. outside now for today's "shark tank your life." we have two entrepreneurs to go head to head to win over kevin o'leary. we gotta get right to it. first up eric mann. his product will let you make a fashion statement with any
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outfit this summer. take it away. go for it. >> hi shark. how's it going. our interchangeable sun glasses from sum company. a pair like this easy enough. twist them right off, snap on a brand-phew pair. you have yourself gnaw pair of sunglasses. let's take ate step further. strip off the face plate. snap it on just like that. whaer you dosome summer make sure that you get sum. >> i love it. see what the home testers thought. >> i give this a thumbs up. i want five pairs for each of my kids. >> i definitely feel like this would be something everybody could use. thumbs up. >> thumbs up there. now we have ben mayberry. his product will make your next paining experience a lot less messy. what do you have ben?
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>> i'm ben. owner inventor of paint handy. the first anti-gravity paint tool. pour paint into it. blend it into the surface with your brush or roller. it becomes nonspillable. it holds enough paint for you to get a solid start before refilling. paint handy is going place, shark, and you should come along. >> wow. okay. >> ben, thank you. >> let's see what the home testers thought. >> i'm turning this paint handy product all upside down and every which way. the paint isn't moving. i'm going to give the paint handy a thumbs up. >> i like that i can move around. i feel a little bit like an artist pip give it a thumbs up. >> wow. four thumbs up. way to go ben. kevin, what do you think? >> both products have merit. no question. now what i have to look at is size of market. there's a lot more people this summer wearing sun glasses than painting unfortunately.
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i'm going the go with eric. even though they're fantastic. ben, that's a cool product. he's going sell a lot more dollar volume. that's what i'm all about. the cash flow. >> eric congratulations. >> thank you so much. >> you're a winner. you go up on the shark tank hall of winners. >> also you get a $500 gift card from our sponsor to use toward a small business marketing service. congratulations. >> before we let you go. you have a new show out, "beyond the tank." following what happens after the experience on shark tank. >> on shark tank we celebrate the deal. they start the journey. "beyond the tank" shows you how hard it is to run a business in america. it's the highs and the ups and downs. the challenges the people face after we fund them. >> it's doing great. you're always doing great. tune in tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern on abc. squt beyond the tank" right
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after. let's go to rob. such great show. we're coming to you live from oklahoma. where it's going to be the target again for severe weather, not only today but going through the next two and three days. here's what we think will happen today. the red zone will be southwest of oklahoma. north part of texas. stretching to the mexican border. got the 8:00 update in from the national hurricane center on subtropical storm ana. we could issue a warning before the morning is over. a likely landfall of some sort late tomorrow mike: -- jacqui: g good morning washington. happy friday, everybody, a great end to the work week with things changing a little bit towards the weekend, high tratures around 82 degrees, grab your sunglasses, tonit will be mild and muggy wiwith patatchy, dense fog to the wet -- though the west of
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town again. tomorrowsunny,y, warm,uggy added clds tomrow wh >> all is quiet right now. we'll be storm-chasing this afternoon and tomorrow right through the weekend. you guys should come along at some point. back to you in the studio. >> thank you, rob. time for "pop news" on this fabulous friday. we begin with steech colbert. he may be done hosting "the colbert report." but this morning, a reason to smile. giving back to schools in south carolina. using proceeds from the sale of his "colbert report" set, he broke it into pieces to sell. he had a lot of takers. he'll be able to fund every single south carolina public schoolteacher's grant request that has been made on the funding site donors
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that gift totalling $800,000 will help 375 schools. it happens to be teacher appreciation week. a special thank you to all of the teachers who have dedicated their lives to helping our kids. >> what a great, high-impact gift. we just had kevin o'leary on. the show is "shark tank." those savvy moguls deciding whose idea would make it. imagine if those sharks looked like this. a wolf in sheep's clothing. or in this case a cat riding a roomba. and how about that baby-faced shark. waiting to pounce. >> both are so well behaved. >> they're deciding whether or not the do the deal. this is a spin-off. this is my version of "shark tank." it's friday. >> amen. time -- it's time.
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shake it. ♪ shake your groove thing ♪ >> too cool to move. >> i didn't know you had those kinds of moves. a little shoulderer shimmy. >> i need to see a doctor soon. it is friday. time to shake it. we say just ask this bear if you don't believe us. in yellowstone. oh yeah that's what i'm talking about, baby. >> oh. >> maybe getting a good back scratch. >> work it out. work it out. >> he's showing us he can shake his booty better than beyonce. or should i say bear-yonce. >> i like hoe he had his hands up. >> and if you can bear one more video. this next one might cause you to pause. and think. is this guy -- >> that's why row get the big bucks. >> is this guy really a bear or is this a guy in a bear costume? >> that is a guy. >> come on buddy whether's the
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zipper. >> that can't be a real bear. >> the jig is up dude. get out. it's legitimate. this is a black bear walking on sunshine. >> no way. have that is not a real black bear. >> it's a skinny black bear. >> that is a bear. there is no zipper. that's why i told you you would pause. >> it's bear with bad posture. >> i told will to cut it before he gets back down. and -- i should have left that to prove my -- you know this almost is a "pop news" scientific. >> close to an investigation. yeah. >> it's a zoological. >> great job with the bear-isms. very well done. >> i come bearing gifts on this friday. coming up garth brooks. you don't want to miss it. rachel smith is with him. getting ready for the biggest surprise. you don't want to miss it.
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jummy: good friday morning. time to get a check on the forecast for you. jacqui jeras has a look at the day in the gorgeous weekend. jacqui: i think for rain this weekend come early next week and next issue the wake-up temperatures are pretty comfortable, lots of 60's on the map right now, 67 degrees downtown, making it into the 70's for the morning our upper 70 by the lunch hour, lower 80's with the drive day today, a small chance of rain over the weekend with drizzle saturday morning and a chance for thunderstorms early next week when the temperatures heat up and become stormy or. angela: we have got a pretty serious accident in herndon news chopper is live over the scene on the herndon park way on the north down lanes that are shut down. investigation and cleanup on the stretch between somerville road and stirling road, a pedestrian was struck.
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be alert for additional delays. we are dealing with a crash on the capital beltway it at university boulevard. those are the delays up to the crash scene. delays getting on clara barton. back over to you, jummy:. jummy: a preliminary hearing today for 19-year-old a lisha fort attacking albert lined up her last month. new security measures around the white house, concrete barriers are placed by mobile barriers that can be raised and lowered. the news continues right now on good morning washington live a news channel 8.
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in just moments we're about to give one lucky mom the mother
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of all surprises with a door knock she'll never see coming. and look who's doing the knocking. garth brooks. garth is going to sing for this lucky mom, just seconds from now on "gma." >> do not have to wait long now. we're so close to that big surprise from garth brooks to one supermom. he's right outsitd her house right now. >> we're not going to wait much longer. a few weeks ago, we asked viewers to nominate moms. we got more than 1,000 entries. beautiful photos. you can see some of them on our wall here. there were so many moving stories from dads from their children from friends. all about these wonderful amazing mothers. but one woman's story stood out. garth brooks is at that mom's house right now. getting ready to surprise her and rachel smith teaming up with him to break the great news rachel. tell us where you are. >> that's right, robin.
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we're outside a beautiful farmhouse in darlington wisconsin. we're about to surprise a special mom and girl trust me she's garth's biggest fan. come on guy. let's do this. follow me. watch your step. watch your step. >> get out here. what are row guys doing? good morning, i'm rachel. >> good morning. >> and you're live on "good morning america" right now, young lady. come over here with your family. are you okay? are you okay hon? >> it's embarrassing. >> oh my gosh. don't be embarrassed. we're going to get you wired up. we want you to hear our team back in new york city. how are you? >> i'm a wreck. >> don't be a wreck.
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don't be a wreck. the tears are already coming. we wanted to kick off mother's day we can end with you. we want to celebrate and honor you miss karen. you young lady you. your daughter brooke wrote in to tell us how special you are to her. to everyone around you. so we had to come here and meet you for ourselves. see how special you really are. first, we want to views you to our viewers at home. you know robin roberts, right? >> yep. >> the cool robin roberts from "gma." she'll share jour story with our viewers. >> every morning karen garrison checks on her new baby chicks. cheging on them, nurturing them. mothering them. second nature for her. her three children matter most. >> she was always my backbone. best friend always there to support me. >> reporter: karen never missed a school play and has gone to every game, every track meet. in more than 30 years of teaching and coaching arnie says he's never met a mother quite like her.
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>> she has a very unique and genuine balance of loving her kids to tepid but yet being that tough love and tough mother love that if there's baloney, she calls it out. >> reporter: they all remember when the track team won the state championship. mom won along with them. >> the look in her eyes that day. i will never forget. that was my paycheck as a coach. >> reporter: struggling to make ends meet karen has always put others first with quiet acts of kindness. her elderly hair salon clients who can't drive, she picks them up. her son's friend's expensive car repair paid for by karen. she protected her daughter through a terrible bullying crisis in high school. >> my mom gave me the confidence to not let people bring you down. >> reporter: a mother's ultimate gift. listen to her youngest. have she would always call me her sunshine because, when i woke up i brightened up her
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day. that's kind of how -- my mom just -- showed me unconditional love. i guess. and my friends. their mom will you know they can go and do anything they want. they could leave if they're in town and their mom didn't care. my mom, i couldn't hardly get out of the house. she didn't want me to leave. she actually loved me and wanted me to be there. i mean -- i couldn't -- i couldn't live without my mom. >> she's just awesome. i got really lucky. i always say that i hope some day when i have kids like i can do it as good as my mom. >> reporter: and did we mention that karen is a huge garth brooks fan. >> my mom has an extra copy of every all bum. it's so if one goes bad, she has another one to back up. >> reporter: and that's not all. her daughter's name is brook. her son, one guess? >> i love my name. i love it. i love that my mom and dad thought of that name. it's unique.
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i wouldn't want any other name. thank you, garth brooks. >> so miss karen. were you expecting "gma" to knock on your door this morning. >> no. >> no? how are you feeling? >> nervous. >> don't be nervous. and brook you are the young lady that made all of this possible. what do you want to tell your mom this mother's day. >> just that i love you. you're my best friend. >> i love you, too. >> and i want you to know how much we love you. i feel like you don't believe us sometimes. you don't believe what a good mom you are. so this was an ult ma thank you from us kids. but also the people that you also have become a second mother to. because you take care of everyone. you know? and it's a big thank you from all of us. >> well miss karen. it sounds like you're everyone's mamaere in darlington wisconsin. i have one more surprise for you outside.
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a few people that you may -- [ squealing ] don't back up young lady. get out here. all these people. look at this, miss karen. look. they are all here to cheer you on and to support you and thank you for being here. happy mother's day. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. all right, guys. shh. bring it on down for me. wait a second. if i'm not mistaken you said your named your son and daughter garth and brook. after garth brooks if i'm not mistaken. it's a shame you can't tell him face to face that you named your kids after him. and really have that moment drk wait a second. >> oh, my gosh. >> you're a great mama. you're doing great. happy mother's day. >> thank you.
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>> cute babies. i have already met your oldest. sweet, sweet boy. >> a dream come true. thank you. >> a beautiful family. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. how are you doing, doll? >> this is the young lady. >> you were fantastic. i don't know if i have ever said this how you doing, garth. >> mark and marcus. >> we met earlier. good to see you. >> so this all went down. how does it feel to meet garth? in the flesh? >> i don't know yet. >> she's still contemplating it. awesome. this is wonderful. it's great to have you here. garth, thank you so much morefor bringing this surprise to wisconsin for us. >> did you have any idea at all? >> she told me she did it. now i know why everything got done. >> you were upset on your kids
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for skipping out on the chores earlier this week. they were helping us get the surprise ready for you. do you take it back now? >> yes, i will. >> you're off the hook. >> looks like everybody loves you. >> yeah yeah yeah. >> so sweet. >> look at that. pretty tough keeping it a secret in this town karen. >> amen. >> all right. you ne what? let's -- let's get back to -- we gotta get prepared for this big performance here. garth's going to sing you a special song this morning. right here on your front lawn. >> you are? >> we're going to pass it off to you, robin. >> thank you, miss rachel. appreciate that. we all do. it's wonderful. and a special performance is coming up. >> i think it's just sinking in. >> i think it is. can you imagine? garth brooks shows up? >> is this happening? >> to see all those people there. garth was in nebraska last night for a concert. flew all night to be there. will fly back. people that have tickets in
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nebraska he'll be back. not before he performs here in just a little bit. a special song, "mom." let's get a final check of the weather now with rob. >> hey, robin. we're looking at more in the way of rainfall here across the plains. flood watches up not just for today but right through the weekend. i mean they have had extraordinary amounts of rain from nebraska through kansas oklahoma. in a bit of a drought in okc. that's done. the forecast for the next couple of days. over five or six inches in spots. we're watching ana over the weekend.jacqui: good morning washinington. another beautiful day, but it is going to be warm this aernoon mostly sunny skies with a high temperature around 82, foggy tonight in the western suburbs >> this weather cast brought to
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you by jared, galleria of jewelry. i'll be wearing my bling as we go storm-chasing this afternoon. all right, we're here everyone is excited because jennifer morrison the lady in red and star of abc's hit show "once upon a time" thanks for being with us on "gma." >> i'm so happy to be here. >> we're going the get inside scoop on the season four finale. say it ain't so. is it over again? >> it will all happen again next year thankfully. >> we're happy to hear that. you're known, i'm a big fan of the show. your season enders really often have major twists and turns. kind of set up the next season. can you give us any ideas? >> this season four finale will not let you down in the sense of having a big cliff hanger as usual. i'm not allowed to say very much about it. anyone at comicon will get a
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sneak speak. >> oh at comic con. the tables have turned. who you thought was evil in no longer evil? >> we have tried to find out if a redeemed villain can have happy ending? >> can they? >> i think we all can find happy ending. i think that life is complicated. no one's entirely good and no one's entirely bad. >> snow white goes to the dark side you know life is getting complicated. >> the author writes the villain version of the book. we get to see the dark side of some heroes and the light side of villains. >> what is next for you? >> i just directed a short film at the tribeca film festival. i've been in town doing that. >> look at you. >> thank you. i'm about to go to bulgaria to
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film a movie. >> will you take time and relax and enjoy the summer? >> i'm trying pip did a photo shoot for good housekeeping in barbados barbados. >> the pictures are gorgeous. check out the season finale "once upon a time." right here on abc. thanks for stopping by. guys jennifer morrison. coming up the perfect last-minute mother's day gift. it's quick. it's easy. it's from the heart. moments ago, we surprised a supermom with a visit from garth brooks. we're celebrating mother's day all morning long. kristin chenoweth is one of the celebrity contribute tors the book a letter to my mom. a special message to her mom this morning. ever wonder how that star can be so tough? take a look. >> how can i be so tough? i've seen you battle cancer several times and come out the win person i've seen you handle
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difficult surgeries, barely complaining. you have shown me how to handle any difficulty with grace. you have given me many gifts. the most important one is easy.
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time now to yahoo! your day with a perfect fwift for mom. diy crafts that are easy inexpensive, sure to make your mother's day. abc's reena ninan has more.
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♪ yahoo! ♪ >> reporter: on the quest for the perfect mother's day present to really wow mom this sunday? well look no further. happy mother's day. >> happy mother's day. let's get crafting. >> reporter: we met up with kate pi brown, editor in chief of diy to get some quick, easy inexpensive gifts you can make at home. >> i have a piece of tile. with a little bit of cork, cut it to size dplus it on the back. then took kids art that i trimmed down with mod podge, keked it the it's a trift to put coffee on. these with twigs i got at my local craft store. cut it. made my heart out of berry. connected it together with wire. spray-painted it a bright red. this is for the more ambitious crafter. i took a shadow box that you can get just about anywhere.
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the first piece of glass, i took a photo. i printed it out on to transfer paper. see-through painer. i cut around the two girl. glued to it the first piece of glass. on the back i just panlted a cup stripecouple of stripes. >> impressive. true gifts from the heart. for "good morning america," reena ninan, abc news, new york. >> us moms always like those homemade gives.
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promised her. garth has the perfect song for her and all moms. it's called mom. >> indeed. >> all right. are you ready? >> sure. >> okay. >> as ready as i'm gonna be. ♪ a little baby told god hay i'm kinda scared don't really know if i want to go down there ♪ ♪ from here it looks like a little blue ball but that's a great big place and i'm so small ♪ ♪ why can't i just stay here with you did i make you mad don't you want me to ♪ ♪ and god said oh child, of course i do but there's somebody special waiting for you ♪ ♪ so hush now baby don't you cry
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cause there's someone down there waiting whose only goal in life ♪ ♪ is makin' sure you're always gonna be all right a loving angel, tender tough and strong ♪ ♪ come on child, it's time to meet your mom ♪ >> you can come any day. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> oh. >> okay. so -- i talked to your husband. okay. and we talked -- we talked quite at length actually. since you didn't get to come to chicago, i'm going to ask if you would like to come back and jump on the plane and come to the
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show tonight. you can bring your babies. and your babies can bring their girlfriend and girlfriend too. i talked to everybody. they said they'll run the farm for you today. okay? fair enough? can you come? >> of course. >> but honey, you have to get dressed and get ready. oh my god. >> i already did. >> you already did? >> yeah. >> my customers? >> yeah. >> i told them your brother could take care of it. >> come on. we'll go on the plane. it will be fine. >> i know you wanted mulch for mother's day. does garth brooks suffice? >> it's 100% better. >> we'll make sure you get all the mulch you want on the way back. >> all right. guys. back to you in new york. >> you tell everybody, we're giving them a big old hug. and thank garth brooks for us for the ultimate mother's day gift. she's going to be on the plane to omaha. she'll be aboutt the concert.
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thank y'all. please thank everyone. >> like she said. he can come anytime. >> we agree. carte can come here any time. have
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you're going to see everybody out there in wisconsin. there they are. a big good-bye.
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thank you garth brooks. what a great surprise he brought us for mother's day. what a gentleman. >> they're heading to the plane as we speak. happy mother's day. happy mother's day. >> can't wait to see my mom. she's flying in today. jummy: top stories now, first check in the forecast this friday, let's get over to jacqui jeras for look at that. jacqui: what a nice start this morning, humidity on the high side, not too terrible temperatures warming up quickly across the region, 64 it ellis
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67 downtown, forecast today is mostly sunny skies with sunglasses today and a high temperature around 80 degrees, tonight it will be mild and muggy with patchy dense fog in the shenandoah valley. tomorrow afternoon we will see partly sunny skies with added clouds in the morning, maybe a sprinkle, the best chance for rain coming early next week warm and 80's. angela: that closure in herndon from the serious accident, it was approximately 8:15 this morning, herndon parkway closed as a result of a pedestrian struck crash between somerville drive and stirling road, be alert for the closures, it was a pedestrian struck crash. heading over to the maryland cameras we have cleanup 29 at franklin street and over on the traffic line cameras delays on the capital beltway traveling to virginia, braddock to gallows
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and georgetown pike on the inner loop. jummy: today is the 70th anniversary of the day, victory in europe day, and as a tribute dozens of world war ii planes will fly over the national mall at 12:10 this afternoon and it will last for about 40 minutes. today we will learn what to expect on the roads this morrill day weekend, aaa plans to release its annual memorial day holiday travel forecast. that does -- that does it for
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announcer: it's "live! with kelly & michael."
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today, award-winning actor jim parsons. and we'll announce the winner of "live"'s "top teacher" 2015. plus, a special mother's day performance from country star trisha yearwood. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] now, here are the emmy award-winning talk show hosts kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪ kelly: thank you. hi! michael: here we go.


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